Editor in chief
Fadekemi is the editor in chief at Stears Business. She is passionate about institutional reform for development projects and is currently finding her voice in tech and econ analysis.
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We assess the second-order effects of a private and foreign entity building Nigeria's digital infrastructure
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A look into how and why wage differs among global tech talents.
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Nigerians can buy now and pay later. We looked into how beneficial that is to the economy.
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What the data says about rising female entrepreneurship in Nigeria.
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Why policy outcomes might remain the same despite Nigeria’s new economic adviser.
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A positive-normative analysis on the economics of taxing sports betting
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The relationship between population size and economic development
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Whoever builds Nigeria's digital infrastructure determines the shape of it.
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How Nigeria can grow the economy with the private sector's help.
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What the CBN should do about the falling naira.
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Why do we need to reframe our thinking about economic growth?
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Can the eNaira transform financial inclusion?
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Why Africa is not winning with trade.
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Bamboo, Rise Vest, Chaka, and Trove: Is the CBN account freeze justified?
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Understanding Nigeria’s affair with eurobonds.
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Why Africa needs to talk about Covid-19.
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What is the future staying power of remote work?
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Governments fail too.
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A consumer-focused analysis to understand what food delivery apps need to change about consumer behaviour in order to deliver profits and scale.
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Regulating Nigeria’s tech ecosystem.
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Global censorship and lessons for Nigeria.
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We look into how to achieve fair global vaccine distribution.
Economy - 06 JUL 2020
Will the Covid-19 pandemic serve as a critical juncture for Nigeria's welfare system?
Economy - 28 AUG 2019
Why is there price discrimination between male and female wedding guests?
Economy - 07 AUG 2019
Is economic growth enough to deliver real development?
Economy - 14 MAY 2019
We analyse the positive impacts of the brain drain on Nigerian society
Economy - 23 NOV 2018
Do Nigerian weddings generate a meaningful boost to the economy? Upper-class Nigerians can spend ₦20 - ₦100 million on a wedding.
Economy - 24 AUG 2018
A closer look at why Nigerians pay so much for flight tickets
Economy - 12 JUN 2018
We discuss how the economy views doing housework and analyse a paying housewives policy
Economy - 23 APR 2018
Why are women over-represented in low income and less secure jobs?
Economy - 09 APR 2018
Moral hazard tells us that paying for the release of aducted Nigerians may do more harm than good
Economy - 04 MAR 2018
Are women in power distracting us from the real gender issues?
Economy - 13 FEB 2018
We take a look at the recent toll price hike that Lekki residents have had to face.
Economy - 15 JAN 2018
How embracing digitisation could develop Nigeria's business environment
Economy - 31 OCT 2017
We explore how a system of marketing boards can help make the agriculture sector fairer to small producers.
Economy - 04 OCT 2017
Would higher public spending on education solve the issues in the underperforming sector?
Economy - 07 AUG 2017
More fruitful and focused engagement between business and the state is required to propel development.
Economy - 01 MAY 2017
Can certain trade agreements shortchange countries like Nigeria?
Economy - 10 APR 2017
Should the Nigerian government be making better use of the ever growing informal economy?
Economy - 06 MAR 2017
Eurobonds are once again seen as an attractive financing tool for Nigeria, so we highlight the risks involved.
Economy - 13 FEB 2017
Economics and politics are intrinsically linked, but is the relationship always a healthy one?
Economy - 06 JAN 2017
A look at how public investment in rail infrastructure today could drive long run growth in Nigeria.